It insists it owns his name
Intel is fuming that MGT Capital Investments went ahead with the announcement of the “John McAfee Privacy Phone” when it previously said that it did not plan to launch products and services under the McAfee mark.
New user survey show users very happy with it
A first impression survey by 3DCenter shows that AMD's Ryzen 5 processors are the best CPU product launch since it started doing these surveys seven years ago.
If you wanted overclocking your should have bought AMD
Chipzilla has warned that those people who shelled out Core i7-7700K expecting that they could overclock it to sling their hook and just admire it in its pristine glory.
Says spikes are normal behavior
Intel's Core i7-7700K has been plagued by some big temperature spikes bugs, pushing the CPU dangerously close to 100°C (212°F) mark but Intel says it is the normal behavior of the chip, leaving users furious.
Based around Skylake-SP
Intel unveiled information regarding a new Xeon processor family, some of which use the Skylake-SP architecture.
World’s largest chipmaker
The age where Intel is considered the world’s largest chipmaker might be ending.
Vulnerability level similar to Heartbleed (OpenSSL) in 2014
Intel has just patched a security vulnerability that affects all of its desktop and notebook platforms from Nehalem in 2008 to Kaby Lake in 2017, with a higher degree of vulnerability for users on Intel vPro systems.
Puma 6 is a "cat has trophy"
Chipzilla’s Puma 6 Intel cable modem variants are highly susceptible to a very low-bandwidth denial-of-service attack.
But Intel fails in data centre sales
Intel reported better first quarter earnings and sales thanks mostly to its push into more memory products and areas such as self-driving automobiles.
Who wants chips these days?
Texas Instruments results have got the cocaine nose jobs of Wall Street to take another look at their confident predictions for Intel.